We want texts, services and events that are easy-to-read and to understand
Imagine you’re reading a text, and you can’t understand it.
Imagine you want to buy tickets at a machine, but you can’t figure out how.
Imagine you’re taking part in an event, and you can’t follow it.
- We have developed guidelines on how to write easy-to-read texts. The easy-to-read logo, which was launched by Inclusion Europe, is given to publications that respect these rules, and have been proofread by people with intellectual disabilities.
- We have developed rules for organisers of accessible events (also available in easy-to-read), and recommendations for speakers.
- We advocate for the use of easy-to-read and accessibility at European events.
- We advocate for accessibility at elections, to make sure that people with intellectual disabilities can exercise their right to vote.